Kids, teens, adults: Register early for summer reading

May 18, 2013 

York County libraries will offer summer reading programs for all ages beginning June 10, featuring online registration for the first time. Participants may keep track of hours read with the online summer reading program, with early registration beginning this week. Participants are encouraged to register early, but cannot begin logging reading time until the program begins.

The four programs are: “Tiny Tots” for children ages 3 and younger and their parent; “Dig into Reading” for children ages 3-12; “Beneath the Surface” for rising sixth-12th graders; and “Groundbreaking Reads” for adults.

Each reading program features prizes and incentives. In addition, free programs for children and families include weekly performances by puppeteers, theater groups and others.

Teens can participate in free programs including geocaching, chess club and anime.

The summer reading programs are sponsored by Friends of the York County Library. Register at and view a complete schedule of summer programs.

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